583 pull-down Garage and Shed Design Photos

Colleen Brett
Wyncote home - exterior
Ideabooks5,050
Questions3
What are the barriers between the soil on the roof and the sheathing? (And the doors are hung upside down, with one of the braces replaced. If it was necessary to hang them upside down, then the braces need to be reversed, which should be easy if they need to be replaced,)
“door” — jmshriver
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Louise Lakier
1 Review
Furwood
Ideabooks874
Questions2
Use pumpkins or other similar plant to cascade down from one level to another
A great way to use the downed trees on our property.
“Planters” — nic1986
BUILD LLC
Whidbey Island Potting Shed
Ideabooks1,799
Questions0
Step down deck feels open
low deck step down
“Patio” — taithienvo
PBE Builders
Kitchen and Exteriors
Ideabooks745
Questions1
Remove corner trim and cut down to meet with stone after it is applied.
We could do this to our shed if we had to take the pine tree down
“Shed” — andywathy
Woodburn & Company Landscape Architecture, LLC
8 Reviews
Ridge Farm
Ideabooks2,455
Questions3
Could put garage down a bit
Roof line + shed roof over porch; drop down hill for garage? Or vice versa.
“Diamond window-add in front with Dutch gable” — fitzju
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
Ideabooks4,671
Questions1
Love the natural setting and the stairs leading down...
An outbuilding can hide in plain sight. Because this small wonder is set down from the ridge and covered with a green roof, you won't know it's here if you're not looking for it.
“Garden” — elissagold
BuilderFish
3 Reviews
Historic Leesburg Restoration and Custom Garage
Ideabooks2,799
Questions4
roof was 26 gauge, 1" standing seam with hand combed finish, technical lingo for folding over by hand and crimping at the apex and not simply slapping down a factory cut ridge cap. Why bother? Because water, snow, ice, debris, etc. react differently in various locations and settings. Combing is as custom
roof was 26 gauge, 1" standing seam with hand combed finish, technical lingo for folding over by hand and crimping at the apex and not simply slapping down a factory cut ridge cap. Why bother? Because water, snow, ice, debris, etc. react differently in various locations and settings. Combing is as custom
“I like another smaller garage doe around the corner for small lawnmower gator ec” — 6363
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
4 Reviews
Ross Guest Cabin
Ideabooks4,948
Questions5
Joined cabins step down a hillside
Step down levels for slope
“Window frames and grate fence” — mndudley
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